Luxury Bathroom by Karin Götz Innenarchitektur, this interior design office was founded in October of 2014 in Potsdam – right between Lake Griebnitz and the historic film studios in Babelsberg. Karin studied interior design at the University of Applied Sciences for Art and Design, in Hanover. Since 1989 she has worked as a freelancer and self-employed as an interior designer in her own office.
From simple furnishing advice to the design of entire rooms, houses, and public projects – for all areas of interior design, you will receive from Karin exactly the solution that suits you. Your ideas, the budget, as well as the local conditions and technical requirements are of course taken into account.
Complex designs are created as meaningful, three-dimensional plans (3D models) and the exact material and product specifications, as well as the source of supply, are provided. If desired, I can arrange for reliable craftsmen to carry out the work and supervise the detailed realization.
The free-standing bathtub on an indirectly lit platform allows a view of the gas fireplace and out of the window.
Instead of a large family luxury bathroom, the parents of a family of five wanted a very private retreat for their new townhouse. This design of a so-called “en suite” bathroom was enthusiastically received because it combined a generous feeling of space with their self-care oasis. To quickly achieve the room temperature required for bathing, a large gas fireplace was integrated – which also has a room-dividing function in the direction of the bed. The free-standing bathtub allows a view in all directions and is comfortably shielded by a semi-transparent room divider/canopy.
The double washbasin unit, which was moved towards the window, was separated from the new shower area – the black glass mosaic and the built-in furniture/mirror cabinets are highlights of the room. The overall design of the new luxury bathroom lives from the contrast between the expressive black glass mosaic and the simple large-format tiles in a light concrete look. Warmth and coziness are added by custom-made built-in furniture in a warm wood tone.
A sauna, a steam bath, and a small fitness room were integrated with glazed fronts and completely round off the wellness concept with a spacious shower and sanitary area. Additional highlights are a relaxation lounger and heated benches for resting and warming up – while you relax here, you can get a soft tan at the same time if you wish through “sun meadow” panels integrated into the ceiling.
On the washbasin side, the caramel-coloured washbowls are particularly eye-catching – tiles are only in the splash water areas.
Tiles in industrial style were also to be found here and finishing elements with a “wow effect” were to give everything a special touch.
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